Looking for a great excuse to indulge in some French wine? You're in luck! Bastille day is Sunday, July 14th and we have four outstanding French wines under $20 to help you celebrate:
- Lot 65 French Fusion White, Languedoc, 2011: Like a summer breeze in a glass, this lively mediterranean blend just begs to be sipped on the porch on a sunny day. If you're stuck in a Pinot Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc rut and want to try something new, grab a bottle of French Fusion White!
- Lot 69 Sancerre, Loire Valley, 2012: We are beyond excited to bring back the 2012 vintage of fan-favorite Lot 69 Sancerre. This wine is full and supple with crisp freshness and a feisty mineral finish. Plus, at a few bucks under $20 this is one of the best value Sancerres out there!
- Lot 30 Cotes du Rhone, 2011: If you need for an approachable, crowd-pleasing red wine to pour for your friends, Lot 30 is an excellent choice. This blend of Grenache and Syrah is chock full of juicy berry flavors and a hint of spice. If there is such thing as a comfort wine, this is it!
- Lot 86 Grand Vin Bordeaux, 2010: This blend of Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc is one sophisticated wine with a casual price tag. With wholesome black cherry and plum flavors and an earthy backbone, this wine is bound to please your palate and impress your friends.
So spend your Sunday afternoon sipping these stunning selections, and raise a glass to the country that revolutionized wine on its special day. Have another favorite wine from France? Let us know in the comments!